China Market Intelligence

December 13th, 2017
By Ricky Altieri

Since its inception in late 2015, the Beijing Intellectual Property Court’s (BIPC) pilot program to build an IP case system in China has produced meaningful reform, but more can be done to protect businesses from IP infringement and deliver swift punishment to offending parties.

November 8th, 2017
By Patrick Lozada and Owen Haacke

The second draft of China’s Ecommerce Law takes a step forward in addressing some of the concerns the US-China Business Council (USCBC) raised about the first draft of the law, particularly in terms of intellectual property (IP) protection.

October 11th, 2017
By Meg Kelly

Intellectual property (IP) theft and forced technology transfer are serious issues that need to be addressed in China, said Senior Vice President Erin Ennis in testimony about

September 27th, 2017
By Maryan Escarfullett

Copyright-related intellectual property (IP) disputes in China have increased as a result of the growth of online streaming services and domestic media studios.

August 18th, 2017
Ministries Tasked with Liberalizations, IP Protection, and Preferential Tax Policies
August 16th, 2017
By USCBC staff

President Donald Trump issued a presidential memorandum Monday directing US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to consider whether to launch

August 16th, 2017
By Maryan Escarfullett

Newly released ministerial plans set national intellectual property (IP) priorities to further the central government’s top-down drive to reform China’s IP laws.

August 2nd, 2017
By Patrick Lozada

China has set ambitious goals for the development and use of autonomous vehicles (AVs), but related policies could limit foreign company participation and prevent China from meeting its targets.

May 31st, 2017
by USCBC staff

China’s new Cybersecurity Law goes into effect today, June 1, but with many implementation details undecided and companies uncertain about how to comply. In the meantime, Chinese regulators are responding in part to company concerns, even if the overall policy approach remains problematic.

May 31st, 2017
By Patrick Lozada

China released a second draft revision of its Standardization Law on May 19 that links standards to national security, which could limit the use of foreign products and services, and endanger intellectual property (IP

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